Keere Street, Lewes, East Sussex

Keere Street, Lewes, East Sussex
Photograph taken 1850 - 1920 © Reproduced by permission of Historic England Archive ref: OP09723

Looking south down Keere Street; a steep hill with cobblestones in the centre. The houses have been built from a mixture of different building materials. The house at the top of the hill on the left is built from brick. The next house down has typical local tile hanging on the top floor. The house at the top of the hill on the right appears to have a timber frame - the timbers can be seen sticking out under the top floor. The next house down is built form rough stone. Most of the buildings appear to be houses except for Pinyoun's Bakery on the left.

Location

East Sussex Lewes

Period

Victorian (1837 - 1901)

Tags

street house stone timber frame brick tile architecture